Analog Devices - ADRV9026
Integrated, Quad RF Transceiver with Observation Path

Analog Devices ADRV9026 Integrated, Quad RF Transceiver with Observation Path

As demand for data increases globally, telecom infrastructure manufacturers are challenged by shorter time to market, increased antenna count, ever-growing cost pressure, and proliferation in variants of form factors, frequency bands, output power, and software. The ADRV9026, ADI’s 4th generation wideband RF transceiver, delivers quad-channel integration with the lowest power, smallest size, common platform solution available to simplify design and reduce system power, size, weight, and costs for 3G/4G/5G applications, including multi-standard base stations, massive MIMO, and small cells.

  • Smallest size reduces footprint and enhances form factor flexibility
  • 2× integration and 50% power consumption reduction over ADRV9009 enables increased radio density to support higher antenna count
  • Supports up to 200 MHz bandwidth and covers all bands from 650 MHz to 6 GHz
  • Enables ORAN small cell designs with lowest system power and cost
  • Single-chip FDD/TDD solution simplifies hardware and software development
  • Common platform design for 3G/4G/5G reduces complexity, development costs and time to market

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